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  • Southington

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    • Location: 396 Mt Vernon Rd, Plantsville, Connecticut, 06479, United States Vertical Drop (ft): 425 Trail Count: 14 Chairlifts: 4 Skiable Acres: 41 Night Skiing: Yes Base Elevation (ft): 100 Summit Elevation (ft): 525 Annual Snowfall (in): 80 Website: http://mountsouthington.com/


    Southington (not really a mountain) is your typical suburban ski hill. The convenient location is the selling point. If location is not your top priority, you are better off driving a bit further to Mohawk or just heading north.

    Trail Recommendations


    • Beginner

    Dom's Way is it.

    • Intermediate

    Laurel or Boomerand to Avalanche are intermediate options. Steeplechase to Thunderbolt will give you a bit more fun.

    • Advanced

    Not here. Tester will give you a bit more difficult turn or two.

    • Tree Skiing / Glades


    As is typical of a hill this size, the lifts are slow but at least the rides are short.

    Dining and Drinking -- On Mountain and Off

    • Breakfast
    • Lunch

    The Mountain Room is your typical small hill pub.

    • Apres
    • Dinner
    • Late Night

    Annual Special Events

    Local Ski Shops

    Suburban Ski and Bike

    Where to Stay

    Lift Tickets

    $58 days, $35 night. Yeah, it feels high for what you get.

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